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Storm Damage

These are a few pictures of what our golf course looked like this morning after last night's storm

 It was recorded a an EF2 tornado & was about the scariest storm I've ever seen.  I couldn't believe it could rain that hard & the winds were unbelievable.
After the storm passed through there was a complete rainbow.....I only have pictures on my phone.  Normally people come to our course after heavy rains as we are built on sand & it drains really well.  However today we were closed because of the extensive tree damage.  Everyone was working nonstop all day to be able to get it open for a big tournament tomorrow.
This was two Weds in a row we had bad storms & torrential rain.......let's hope next week is better!


  1. so sorry you endured that. We are having some bloody terrible weather with all these tornadoes. Hopefully that is the end of the dreadful Wednesdays for you


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